Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Stop Bullying, Be Lovin'!

Can you put a STOP to BULLYING and promote a LOVIN' attitude? According to The American Justice Department, one in four children will be the victim of bullying this month. That's any given month. Our children will not be safe if we continue an attitude of tolerance toward aggressive behavior. It's time to take a stand and to help our children see the need to stand up with their peers and speak up when they see bullying take place. There is strength in numbers and with education we can put a stop to it. What should you do?

  1. Become educated and share the information! Tim Shriver Jr. and Soeren Polumbo wrote an article published in the Huffington Post with information about the effect of bullying on special education students, stating that nearly 75% of special education students get bullied, is a great source for statistics, and the US government posted a video from the March 10, 2011 White House Conference on Bullying Prevention. Tweet about it, post it on Facebook, call other concerned parents and friends, and join together to help put an end to bullying.

  2. Put a STOP to BULLYING and BE LOVIN'! Pledge to make a difference. Post below that you pledge to never bully and to always speak out when you see bullying take place. Email that promise to us ( and we will send you a certificate for a FREE* 56 ounce container of ice cream (redeemable at any store that carries Lovin' Scoopful). Visit our website and use our store locator to find the store nearest you. *Limit 1 per household. Ice cream available in 30 states.


  1. I pledge to never bully and to always speak out when I see bullying take place. (Unless you take my ice cream!)

  2. Awesome! It's so exciting to see people join the movement to speak out against bullying. There are more of you out there! Email us your pledge to either or and post your promise and WE promise to send you a certificate for free ice cream. It's a great way to show a Lovin' attitude and try a Lovin' product!!!

  3. KRIS said...

    I pledge to never bully and to speak out against bullying!